Sunday, 11 May 2014

Review on Broken Frontier

The third and longest review so far of 566 Frames. It appeared on the comic book and graphic novel news site Broken Frontier – written (beautifully!) by Conori Bell-Bhuiyan. 

"For a book that contains the harsh brutalities of war, fighting, bombs and rage 566 Frames is a surprisingly gentle graphic novel. The whole book is a reflection, a look back through the hazy mists of time."

"[...] a story of endings and beginnings, history and living in the moment, recognizing your past and looking forward to the future."

"566 Frames takes an approach to storytelling that is not only unique and innovative, but at the same time universal and timeless."

Check out the full review here.

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